As a nanny, I am concerned about the liability issues I could face with as many as eight neighborhood kids coming over to swim either invited or uninvited. I would be interested in some pool rules also that may protect me in this situation ( i.e. just by saying a parent must be with them, am I no longer liable in the unfortunate event of an accident?) Is there a release visitors could sign that protect both the homeowner and myself?It is a large inground pool with an attached jacuzzi (one side of the pool is bordered with a three foot wall the kids invariably try to jump off. This is strictly prohibited with the two children i watch, aged 3 and 6. They are also not allowed in the pool at any time without my supervision, which they abide by at all times. It is the neighbors children that are my main concern at this point. I have not yet discussed with employer as I was waiting to see if with your expertice you had any further suggestions. Thanks to all for your timely recommendations so far.
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